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  • Post Time Posted July 17, 2018
A Michigan law that requires all cannabis being sold to patients to be tested in state authorized labs is holding up medical marijuana dispensaries that were approved just last week. 

The seven dispensaries approved are now unable to comply with the law because Michigan has yet to approve any testing labs.
 
The Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs spokesman David Harns, said that he expects at least one lab to be approved by August 15.

For the time being however, the state has implemented a set of emergency rules, that allow the licenses to operate until they pay the $48,000 that triggers the permits to become fully active. 

Source: https://mjbizdaily.com/first-seven-michigan-medical-cannabis-licensees-now-in-regulatory-limbo/


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